Lithographically Fabricated Magnifying Maxwell Fisheye Lenses
AbstractRecently suggested magnifying Maxwell fisheye lenses, which are made of two half-lenses of different radii, have been fabricated and characterized. The lens action is based on control of polarization-dependent effective refractive index in a lithographically formed tapered waveguide. We have studied wavelength and polarization dependent performance of the lenses, and their potential applications in waveguide mode sorting. View Full-Text
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Smolyaninova, V.; Jensen, C.; Zimmerman, W.; Johnson, A.; Schaefer, D.; Smolyaninov, I. Lithographically Fabricated Magnifying Maxwell Fisheye Lenses. Photonics 2016, 3, 8.
Smolyaninova V, Jensen C, Zimmerman W, Johnson A, Schaefer D, Smolyaninov I. Lithographically Fabricated Magnifying Maxwell Fisheye Lenses. Photonics. 2016; 3(1):8.Chicago/Turabian Style
Smolyaninova, Vera; Jensen, Christopher; Zimmerman, William; Johnson, Anthony; Schaefer, David; Smolyaninov, Igor. 2016. "Lithographically Fabricated Magnifying Maxwell Fisheye Lenses." Photonics 3, no. 1: 8.
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